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Why Do Young Gay Guys Want "Daddies" For Sex?
#11
I've always cringed at the word Daddy to describe a sexual partner. Interesting history on the term twink there @eastofeden, I wonder when that change came about? Twink does sound a bit of a derogatory word I must admit, though obviously it's not considered a bad word now.
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#12
Perversion
Perversion is a form of human behavior which deviates from what is considered to be orthodox or normal. Although the term perversion can refer to a variety of forms of deviation, it is most often used to describe sexual behaviors that are considered particularly abnormal, repulsive or obsessive.

In behavioral health recovery the exploration of obsession, fixation, and attraction regarding a continuum of the perverse can prove a process to remain stuck, or a tool for growth. Staying "comfortable" sometimes takes some denial and when circumstance appears to dictate moving either forward or digging in deeper, the result is discomfort. Embracing that discomfort and finding a "new normal" can often be a welcome milestone and frequently established in the exploration of "past to current" experience for building strength and resilience ( forgiveness is a big key). Hindsight's 20/20. Deliberately "working" with this method can get strong results! The present is a gift and the ever evolving plan to move forward, actively engaged, ensures the gift's value. Lovelove
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(08-07-2021, 04:07 PM)ChadCoxRox Wrote: Perversion
Perversion is a form of human behavior which deviates from what is considered to be orthodox or normal. Although the term perversion can refer to a variety of forms of deviation, it is most often used to describe sexual behaviors that are considered particularly abnormal, repulsive or obsessive.

In behavioral health recovery the exploration of obsession, fixation, and attraction regarding a continuum of the perverse can prove a process to remain stuck, or a tool for growth. Staying "comfortable" sometimes takes some denial and when circumstance appears to dictate moving either forward or digging in deeper, the result is discomfort. Embracing that discomfort and finding a "new normal" can often be a welcome milestone and frequently established in the exploration of "past to current" experience for building strength and resilience ( forgiveness is a big key). Hindsight's 20/20. Deliberately "working" with this method can get strong results! The present is a gift and the ever evolving plan to move forward, actively engaged, ensures the gift's value. Lovelove
 ^^^Good wisdom!^^^

...and forgiveness may be one of the most powerful tools we all have access to. 

I think it is essential and necessary to move forward.
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(08-08-2021, 05:13 AM)eastofeden Wrote:
(08-07-2021, 04:07 PM)ChadCoxRox Wrote: Perversion
Perversion is a form of human behavior which deviates from what is considered to be orthodox or normal. Although the term perversion can refer to a variety of forms of deviation, it is most often used to describe sexual behaviors that are considered particularly abnormal, repulsive or obsessive.

In behavioral health recovery the exploration of obsession, fixation, and attraction regarding a continuum of the perverse can prove a process to remain stuck, or a tool for growth. Staying "comfortable" sometimes takes some denial and when circumstance appears to dictate moving either forward or digging in deeper, the result is discomfort. Embracing that discomfort and finding a "new normal" can often be a welcome milestone and frequently established in the exploration of "past to current" experience for building strength and resilience ( forgiveness is a big key). Hindsight's 20/20. Deliberately "working" with this method can get strong results! The present is a gift and the ever evolving plan to move forward, actively engaged, ensures the gift's value. Lovelove
 ^^^Good wisdom!^^^

...and forgiveness may be one of the most powerful tools we all have access to. 

I think it is essential and necessary to move forward.


I do like being called daddy....So wait...do I have daddy issues??
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Maybe @epictwink
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(08-16-2021, 06:00 PM)epictwink Wrote:
(08-08-2021, 05:13 AM)eastofeden Wrote:
(08-07-2021, 04:07 PM)ChadCoxRox Wrote: Perversion
Perversion is a form of human behavior which deviates from what is considered to be orthodox or normal. Although the term perversion can refer to a variety of forms of deviation, it is most often used to describe sexual behaviors that are considered particularly abnormal, repulsive or obsessive.

In behavioral health recovery the exploration of obsession, fixation, and attraction regarding a continuum of the perverse can prove a process to remain stuck, or a tool for growth. Staying "comfortable" sometimes takes some denial and when circumstance appears to dictate moving either forward or digging in deeper, the result is discomfort. Embracing that discomfort and finding a "new normal" can often be a welcome milestone and frequently established in the exploration of "past to current" experience for building strength and resilience ( forgiveness is a big key). Hindsight's 20/20. Deliberately "working" with this method can get strong results! The present is a gift and the ever evolving plan to move forward, actively engaged, ensures the gift's value. Lovelove
 ^^^Good wisdom!^^^

...and forgiveness may be one of the most powerful tools we all have access to. 

I think it is essential and necessary to move forward.


I do like being called daddy....So wait...do I have daddy issues??
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#17
^^^^I tried commenting but it keeps ignoring my comments and just shows what you see above. 


What I was trying to say is that I hear the term "daddy issues" but not really sure what it means as I assume whatever issue someone has is an individual thing.
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@eastofeden Hmm odd that it's giving you trouble...

I'd say you're pretty well on the right track as to what it means, as it can mean a lot of things or describe a number of problems.

For instance, this girl I knew from high school like to date older men, in fact when she was in high school she had a thing for the school resource officer (that is a sheriff's deputy who works at the school). There were rumors about other things which I won't speculate. At any rate you could say she has "daddy issues"

The thing is that the issues manifest in a lot of ways, say a father who is inattentive to their kids might develop some sort of complex, maybe a people pleaser or whatever. In other cases the issues manifest in a sexual way where the person is attracted to people who might look or act like their father.

In a way I think we are more inclined to seek out people who might be similar to our parents in some cases, perhaps even subconsciously.
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(08-07-2021, 08:30 AM)Cridders88 Wrote: I've always cringed at the word Daddy to describe a sexual partner. Interesting history on the term twink there @eastofeden, I wonder when that change came about? Twink does sound a bit of a derogatory word I must admit, though obviously it's not considered a bad word now.

I agree. I'v never like being called "Daddy". It kinda creeps me out. I do however use "twink" in a derogatory way because I like teasing my partner for funsies. If that doesn't work "princess" is a good alternative. Nothing cuter than a twink getting all flustered and trying to be all tough after I emasculate them. Mwhaha!
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#20
It's gross to be called daddy.
I'm almost 36 years old,but I don't like being called daddy.
It just sounds so very wrong ?

Like I'm really into femboys right. But I don't want a potential femboy bf to call me "oh daddy", instead just call me by my name.
Like "oh Thomas"
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